The toolroom that I am working in has 100's of drill bits and there are many, if not most, of them that have burred up shanks. They are still useable as is for work in the shop or field, but it would be nice to clean up some of the worst ones. Also, it makes it harder to chuck them up in the Darex sharpener.
Can anyone suggest an effective way to deburr them without going overboard? I have seen them cleaned up on a belt sander before, but it is very easy to get carried away with that.
Thanks for the help.